the daily purge 8-20-19


Alright, this is a pneumatic screen and storm door closer. The Purging Lutheran, while doing my due diligence to ensure the infallibility of my posts, uncovered three meanings for the word ‘pneumatic’. It’s a Greek word which,  broken down, means ‘breath’ and/or ‘wind’. Looky here

early 17th century (in pneumatic (sense 2 of the adjective): from French pneumatique or Latin pneumaticus, from Greek pneumatikos, from pneuma ‘wind’, from pnein ‘breathe’.

Following are are three definitions but be forewarned that #3 is a very hooptie-doo. Be very careful reading it so draw your curtains, turn down your police scanner and hide your children.

Definition of pneumatic

1: of, relating to, or using gas (such as air or wind):
a: moved or worked by air pressure
b(1): adapted for holding or inflated with compressed air
(2): having air-filled cavities
2: of or relating to the pneuma : SPIRITUAL
3: having a well-proportioned feminine figure especially : having a full bust


Are you alright? Okay, now I’m going to add a fourth definition:

a device which allows your cat to get out of the house

If your outer door has a pneumatic screen and door closer AND you own a cat you know ‘zackly what I’m tokkin ‘bout. Yeah, so I through this away.

Matthew 16:17-18

Jesus came back, “God bless you, Simon, son of Jonah! You didn’t get that answer out of books or from teachers. My Father in heaven, God himself, let you in on this secret of who I really am. And now I’m going to tell you who you are, really are. You are Peter, a rock. This is the rock on which I will put together my church, a church so expansive with energy that not even the gates of hell will be able to keep it out.

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